How the Emergence of OpenFlow and SDN Will Change the Networking Landscape
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Legacy networks simply weren’t designed to handle the speed, volume, and scalability needs of today’s organizations. To address this, it is important to consider software-defined networking (SDN) powered by the OpenFlow protocol as a game-changer for your network architecture. This can help network engineers cope with the fundamental challenges faced due to virtualization, cloud computing, and the ever-growing need for more and more bandwidth.

Check out this resource to discover how SDN and OpenFlow could help you achieve a next-generation network that is simple to design and scale, less expensive to build and operate, more agile and customizable, and more virtualized, flexible, and interoperable.

Learn more as you explore:

  • Understanding SDN and OpenFlow
  • Why SDN and OpenFlow will have a significant impact
  • Where SDN and OpenFlow will impact
  • And more!
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